Check our home page for the status of our waiting list. If we are accepting applications you will see a downloadable form. Download it, fill it out and mail it to the address provided.
Once we receive your application we will keep it on file for one year. If after a year you wish to remain on the waiting list, you must send a letter stating this to the Membership Committee.
When a vacancy arises, we look through our waiting list for a good fit in terms of co-operative values, income, and family size. We interview a number of households and choose one based on the strength of the application and interview.
All adults must participate. You are required to attend general co-op meetings and participate in scheduled courtyard clean ups. You are also required to be on a committee-which usually involves monthly committee meetings, as well as work between meetings-or to find another way to make a significant contribution to the co-op.
Participation is an essential part of co-operative living.
- Board of Directors
- Replacement Reserve
There are also several sub-committees or working groups for essential, but shorter-term tasks.
Well-trained pets are welcome. Destructive or noisy animals are not. Dogs must be leashed in the courtyard. Cats should be litter-box trained.
We have two wheelchair accessible one-bedroom units. Our two- and three-bedrooms all have stairs.
There are coin-operated laundry machines, an underground parking garage (we have fewer parking spots than units so a parking space is not guaranteed) and a common meeting room. We also have a small play structure for kids in the courtyard.
If you have questions about co-op living in general, or would like to see which other co-ops are accepting applications please visit the Co-op Housing Federation of BC .